Get Ready For Another Classic!

The Friends Of Ayers Foundation, Incorporated will always continue to advocate for more awareness in every aspect of life to work toward  mental illness. Join us September 18, 2023 for another great Golf Classic that will help towards eradicating the stigma attached to mental illness.

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Thanks to Our Sponsors

Thank you to our “Hear The Music” Mental Health Awareness Golf Classic Sponsors. We appreciate your support and generosity in our effort to help all “Hear The Music” through golf. We HEAR you.

Donate to Shelters
You can help your community by donating socks and blankets to the homeless and local shelters.
Donate Goods
Donate canned goods and perishable food items to local food shelters and participating ministries.
You can volunteer in your community with participating organizations.
Donate to the Friends Of Ayers Foundation’s SOCKS ON campaign. Click here to Donate.

"The measure of life is not it's duration, but it's donation."

We would appreciate your tax deductible donations, which will be used to work toward our goal to “Help ALL Hear The Music,” which means we will continuously reach out to agencies working with those who have a mental health condition and their families.  We want their communities to know they are there to help and need the community support.  

If not us, we encourage you to donate to a mental health organization near you.  It is so very tough for agencies serving those who have so many needs and challenges related to mental health.  


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# of people who suffer from Schizophrenia.


# of people with Schizophrenia who attempt suicide at least once annually.


Annual # of new cases of Schizophrenia.